The Misanthrope (2018)

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Poster and programme by Bryon Fear Poster Designer

by Moliere in a version by Martin Crimp

Directed by Naomi Liddle

Performances: Tue 3rd – Sat 7th July 2018, Old Fire Station


The Misanthrope highlights the absurdities of social and literary pretension, focusing on Alceste, a man quick to criticise the faults of others, yet remaining blind to his own.




This is my eleventh show as a director at SLT but my first in this lovely new space, and I felt like I was starting all over again! Huge thanks to all my cast and crew and everyone else who has helped to make this learning curve rather less steep. In addition to those mentioned above, thanks to Jenny and Jess in wardrobe, Kay and Carole for prop hunting, the TC theatre reps, Margaret Glenn and Lottie Benstead for bringing us light and of course the bar, box office and front of house staff without whom we would just be a lot of thirsty thespians in an empty room.


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See Also

The Miser (1968) (Bell Theatre) Tartuffe (1988) (Bell Theatre) The Miser (2004) (Bell Theatre) The Hypochondriac (2013) (Bell Theatre)


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